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Monday, February 06, 2017

For the last 2 weeks I haven't lost any weight and it's very disappointing. I so want to see those numbers keep going down .. I'm stuck at 191 and I'm so ready to see those 180's. . I'm gonna stay on track and keep up my healthy life change. Maybe the weigh in will be better next Monday .. Good Luck to everyone. .
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  • SKYDRAKE
    I always say your skin needs to catch up with your body. So that's why we hit plateaus. Otherwise we would be really saggy. Keep moving forward.
    1480 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/8/2017 8:06:14 PM
  • SHARON10002
    Try to look for the small NSVs. Sometimes these can even give us a bigger boost than the number on the scale. emoticon
    1480 days ago
  • PJPEGG
    Check out the article I posted on the Rookies weigh-in results week 3. A lot of us are in the same boat. I just broke through the 180 number after hovering for four weeks. Look for not scale related victories. Remember that one of the side effects of weight loss is mild depression, and DON"T STOP. By the way, when the scale does decide to move, usually it makes it worth waiting for!
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    1481 days ago
  • JOANN25
    Give it time and the weight will go down. Everyone has ups and downs before reaching their goal weight.

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    1482 days ago
  • DDSCRIBE22
    Isn't that frustrating! It happens to most of us at some point or another, even when we are doing everything right. Keep up the good work and I know your results will follow. emoticon
    1482 days ago
  • SIARRAGETFIT86
    You got this !!!
    1482 days ago
  • TRICIARICE
    It will happen. Stay positive. I'm going through the same right now. Keep moving and good luck🙌
    1482 days ago
  • EDDYDVM
    Cut some carbs, increase veggies?
    1482 days ago
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